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The Regional ADHD Clinic provides short-term voluntary, evidence-based ADHD assessments and treatment to people ages 17 to 35 living in the Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) region who present with symptoms consistent with ADHD.

What to expect

Our interdisciplinary care team provides timely access to virtual and in-person services, including ADHD assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning. Treatment plans include:

  • Medication initiation, stabilization, and education.
  • Interdisciplinary support and collaborative care coordination.
  • Eight-week psychoeducational skills group.

Clients who meet the eligibility will be reviewed to receive psychiatric assessments of ADHD concerns, medication stabilization, individualized support, and skills training. 

After care at the clinic, clients will return to their primary care provider for ongoing, continued care and implementation of the treatment plan.


Individuals are eligible for treatment at the clinic if they:

  • Are aged between 17 and 35 years.
  • Live in the VCH region.
  • Have suspected or unmanaged ADHD.
  • Have stabilized co-morbidities.
  • Are attached to primary care provider.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I am under the age of 17. Where can I access ADHD services?

    Please connect with Mental Health Services at BC Children Hospital.

  • I am over the age of 35. Where can I access ADHD services?

    Please explore the information, resources, and support offered by the Centre for ADHD Awareness Canada or connect with your primary care provider. If you do not have a family doctor or nurse practitioner, register with Health Connect Registry.

  • I think I have ADHD. How can I get a referral?

    Talk with your primary care provider (i.e., family doctor or nurse practitioner) about care for ADHD, including a referral to the ADHD clinic. The clinic only accepts referrals from your primary care providers so that you can receive ongoing continued care after treatment at the clinic. 

  • I don’t have a family doctor or nurse practitioner. How do I find one?

    If you do not have a primary care provider, register with Health Connect Registry. When a provider in your area becomes available, the team in your community will contact you to get matched.

  • Where can I learn more about ADHD?

    Take a look at the Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA) website for resources including support groups and a potential connection to a primary care provider in the Vancouver Coastal Health region.

This service is available at
This service is available at

Regional ADHD Clinic at Joseph & Rosalie Segal & Family Health Centre

803 W 12th Ave
Vancouver, BC V5Z 1N1
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